2010 Garden

August 12, 2010 at 12:07 pm 1 comment

The year 2010 has not been a year for Virginia gardens. Spring started off beautiful and green.

But alass the drought has made our crops scarce.
I did manage to put up green beans, and we are getting a few tomato and peppers.

The corn is not looking promising and it just makes one realize how blessed we are that we can run to a store for what we need. Makes me really appreciate our ancestors and the hard times they must have lived through “living off the land”.

On a up note we did have some great vacation time this year.


I just hope 2011 is a better year for Virginia gardens.

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